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noblechairs Epic series White Gaming Chair Review

Rating: 9.0.

noblechairs is a German brand that promises durability, quality and functionality alongside great aesthetics. In this review we take a look at the Epic series chair in the newly released White PU leather edition. It looks great but how well does it perform and could it be possibly worth the £300 asking price?

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Specifications: 

  • Total height (with base): ca. 131 – 141 cm
  • Width backrest (pelvis level): ca. 52 cm
  • Width backrest (point of contact): ca. 29.5 cm
  • Length backrest: ca. 87 cm
  • Backrest adjustability (static): 90° – 135°
  • Width seat (total): ca. 56 cm
  • Width seat (point of contact): ca. 35 cm
  • Depth seat (total): ca. 56.5 cm
  • Depth seat (point of contact): ca. 49.5 cm
  • Width armrests: ca. 10.5 cm
  • Depth armrests: ca. 27 cm
  • Rocking mechanism: max. 14°
  • Armrests adjustable: Yes (four-dimensional)
  • Maximum weight (user): 180 kg
  • Net weight (chair): ca. 27 kg
  • Gross weight (chair): ca. 29 kg
  • Package dimensions: ca. 84 * 38 * 70 cm
  • Manufacturer warranty: 2 years

Features:

  • 100% vegan PU faux leather cover
  • Comfortable & breathable cold foam upholstery
  • 4D armrests with soft cushioning
  • Safety class 4 gas lift
  • Advanced rocking mechanism up to 11°
  • 60-millimetre casters for both soft and hard floors
  • 2 pillows included (neck pillow + lumbar pillow)

Materials:

  • Steel (frame)
  • Aluminium (five-star base, emblem)
  • Cold foam (upholstery)
  • PU faux leather (cover)
  • Nylon / Polyurethane (casters)
  • Polyurethane (armrests)

You can buy the noblechairs Epic series White Gaming Chair from Overclockers UK for £299.99 inc vat HERE.

Pros:

  • Great build quality.
  • Clear instructions and simple to assemble.
  • Very adjustable.
  • Good to look at with it’s clean and sleek design.

Cons:

  • High price tag.
  • Armrests are a little stiff to adjust.
  • Seat is a bit too firm if sitting for prolonged periods of time. It is getting softer however.

KitGuru says: The noblechairs epic series white is an comfortable and well designed chair that is worth the price tag. It looks fantastic too!

Rating: 9.0.

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  • Si C

    Love mine BUT the seat is very firm! Takes your ass some time to get used to it, like spinning 😀

  • Loominrty

    Even before this review i have been wanting to get one of these, they look amazing, i got to try out a friends one and the comfort for myself was second to none. Here’s hoping santa drops one down the chimney for me this year!

  • Wendigo

    EPIC is the old one. Why not review the new and improved version called ICON?

  • John

    im pretty sure they reviewed what they were sent. Kitguru doesn’t buy hardware to review, they are sent it. So if its came from noblechairs who are represented by OCUK I would imagine they still want it reviewed as they are selling them (on sale right now for £270). Those ICON chairs range in price to £520 – so quite expensive.

  • Wendigo

    You can get an ICON for around 380 euro. Not the real leather version of course.

  • Allan

    The EPIC Series White is new, it’s a new colour to the range. We already reviewed the real leather a while back but never the PU, plus this suited Briony’s setup. We will be reviewing the ICON and also the Nitro Concepts S300 at later dates.

  • ComboSlicer

    Never understood why people are hyped about these “gaming chairs”. If these car seats are being bought due to looks then better add rgb lights as well.
    Care about your health and buy ergonomic chair instead.